20 January, 2021, 13:49

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Pollo en mole negra at the Little One (Credit: S. Manuel)

Must-have mole: 11 local spots serving the sensational sauce

Not to be confused with the subterranean mammal skilled at digging, mole (pronounced MOE-lay, and there’s no accent mark)…

Cafe Poca Cosa owner and chef Suzana Davila (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Internationally acclaimed Tucson restaurant Cafe Poca Cosa remains fresh & local after 33 years

As Cafe Poca Cosa owner-executive chef Suzana Davila made her way through her crowded restaurant recently, greeting customers at…

Pumpkin Cake (Photo Credit: Cup Cafe)

39 restaurants offering a birthday freebie

For those who celebrate birthdays and like to take full advantage of the occasion by indulging in free desserts, and…

Plato Poca Cosa at Cafe Poca Cosa owner (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Your Guide to 31 of Tucson’s Most Iconic Dishes

When you think of Tucson food, what comes to mind first? Not the best dish or what you think…

Plato Poca Cosa at Cafe Poca Cosa owner (Credit: Jackie Tran)

#WeeklyDish (No. 36): Plato Poca Cosa at Cafe Poca Cosa

The #WeeklyDish column would be incomplete without inclusion of the Plato Poca Cosa at Cafe Poca Cosa. With…

Cafe Poca Cosa owner and chef Suzana Davila (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Nine on the Line: Suzana Davila of Cafe Poca Cosa

Suzana Davila was born in Guaymas, Sonora, where her father owned a restaurant. He didn’t encourage a restaurant life, but…

Birria y Tamal at Welcome Diner Tucson (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Tucson Named “Best Food City in Arizona” by Thrillist

The stream of national attention for Tucson’s food scene hasn’t lost momentum since the UNESCO World City of Gastronomy designation. Today,…

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